To date, I’ve published seven presentations on my website, arnolfinimystery.com – and there are several more in the pipeline.
Following on from my discovery of the link from Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait back to two illustrations in the Hungarian Pray Codex, and so the Shroud of Turin, I shall continue with the focus on revealing Jan’s fascination for the Shroud in some of his other paintings.
Portrait of of Man (Léal Souvenir), by Jan van Eyck
The Nativity of John the Baptist (Turin-Milan Hours), attributed to Jan van Eyck
Prayer on the Seashore (Turin-Milan Hours), attrubuted to Jan van Eyck
The Battle of Crécy (Froissart’s Chronicles) attributed to Loyset Liédet
The Battle of Poitier (Froissart’s Chronicles) attributed to Loyset Liédet
Portrait of a Man in a Red Turban, by Jan van Eyck
The Last Supper, by Dieric Bouts
The Montforte Altarpiece, by Hugo van der Goes
Parnassus, by Andrea Mantegna
Madonna della Vittoria, by Andrea Mantegna
Lamentation of Christ, by Andrea Mantegna
Samson and Delilah, by Andrea Mantegna
Published so far:
The Arnolfini Portrait, by Jan van Eyck
The Seven Sacraments, by Rogier van der Weyden
The Magdalen Reading, by Rogier van der Weyden
The Columba Altarpiece, by Rogier van der Weyden
The Water of Bethlehem, possibly by Rogier van der Weyden
A Goldsmith in his Shop, by Petrus Christus
The Albi Strabo, attributed to Giovanni Bellini
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